Edward Albee’s play may be almost 60 but it’s not showing any wrinkles in this sizzling outing directed by Pat O’Brien. Two strangers meet at a park bench. Brad Erickson’s Peter is enjoying a book when Sam Ahern’s jittery and explosive Jerry compels him to listen to his story. Ahern then draws both Peter and the audience inexorably down a rabbit hole as he paces the stage, eyes darting, arms flailing. Erickson is a perfect foil, his genial urbanity devolving into bewildered panic. Together they remind us why this one-act is a classic. (7 p.m. Wed, 4 p.m. Fri., 5:30 p.m. Sun. Aug. 13, Huge Improv Theater, 3037 Lyndale Av. S., Mpls.)

LISA BROCK